Ca·ran·gi·dae | \ -jəˌdē \
Definition of Carangidae
: a large family of marine percoid fishes containing the pompanos, amberfishes, cavallas, and a number of other narrow-bodied food fishes with widely forked tail chiefly of warm seas
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